Attendees of The Chainsmokers’ recent charity drive-in concert are facing criticism after footage of unsafe social distancing practices surfaced on social media.
The concert, dubbed the Safe and Sound drive-in concert, was designed for attendees to safely view the night’s performances from either inside their vehicles or within the confines of their designated 20-by-20-foot or 20-by-15-foot parking spot. Attendees were not permitted to leave their space except for bathroom access and were given free face masks upon arrival.
However, recent footage circulating on social media has shown a crowd of concertgoers standing in close proximity with one another, many of whom did not appear to be wearing masks or face coverings.
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